METALLICA: Autographed 'Kill 'Em All' Promo Sells For $1,500!

An autographed promotional copy of METALLICA's classic debut album, "Kill 'Em All" — signed by the entire band, including deceased METALLICA bassist Cliff Burton — was sold on eBay for a whopping $1,476.

According to the seller, "the autographs were signed in 1983 just before the official release of 'Kill 'Em All' hit the stores! The signatures are guaranteed authentic, obtained in person at the legendary coolest metal shop in the universe — The Record Vault." Signatures and notations as follows:


"Keep The Store Together - And Metal Up Your Ass" = James Hetfield

"CHOP 'EM" = Cliff Burton

"Thanks For Everything" = Lars Ulrich

Check out the auction at this location.

"Kill 'Em All" was released July 25, 1983 on Megaforce Records.

(Thanks: Rich / Kutulu)


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